NOVA ScienceNOW

Journey Through the Center of the Earth

NOVA ScienceNOW

Ever wonder what would happen if you dug a whole from one side of the Earth, through the center, out the other side, and then jumped in?

Tiny Things of Great Import

NOVA ScienceNOW's Cosmic Perspective

The study of the smallest particles offers insight into the biggest event that ever was, the birth of the universe.

Aging Stars

NOVA ScienceNOW's Cosmic Perspective

Do all stars live to the same age? Are some immortal? Learn about aging in the cosmos.

NOVA ScienceNOW: Extinctions

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NOVA scienceNOW producer Joe McMaster asks our series host, Neil deGrasse Tyson, why everyone should know about the Permian extinction.

Asteroid Impacts and Extinction

NOVA ScienceNOW's Cosmic Perspective

Find out why we can't live with asteroids and we can't live without 'em.

Dr. Tyson: How's the Universe Today?

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Taking questions about the state of the universe from people in the neighborhood.

Manhattanhenge

NOVA ScienceNOW

Perched over 42nd Street, NOVA scienceNOW host Neil deGrasse Tyson is eager to show you his hometown's own version of a Stonehenge magic moment. See it in this video.

The Cosmic Office

NOVA ScienceNOW

Sputnik dolls? Planet-shaped pineapple? Neil deGrasse Tyson, the new host of NOVA scienceNOW, has a stellar collection of space-themed souvenirs. See them in this video.

NOVA ScienceNOW: Killer Asteroids

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In conversation with Apollo astronaut Rusty Schweikert, on a Gravitational Tractor that can deflect killer asteroids.

NOVA ScienceNOW: Limitations of Intelligent Life

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A NOVA scienceNOW discussion with Robert Krulwich on how physical laws constrains the size of life in the universe.

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